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Friday 16 June

posted 11 Jun 2015, 20:45 by Teora Jennings
Poly Club
COMPULSORY POLY CLUB PRACTICE THIS WEEK AND NEXT WEEK. There is less than 2 weeks for Hutt Fest, 3 weeks for MCD. Ensure that you are at practices as we are short on time. Girls, make sure that you have paid for your ofus (tops) to Kevin Aiomata ASAP. TUE LUNCH + AFTER SCHOOL-- WED LUNCH + AFTER SCHOOL-- THU LUNCH-- FRI LUNCH + AFTER SCHOOL

Sport Notices
2 x Badminton Rackets were left in the big gym. These can be collected from the Sports Office at 3pm
Boys softball players that have uniforms are to return the tops and pants to the sports office

Lost Bag
A grey and black Converse shoulder bag was taken from the canteen area around lunch time on Wednesday. Inside were school books and Nike sports shoes that were black with an orange stripe. If you found the bag or have any information about the bag and its contents please return to the Student Centre or see Mr Reynolds in room 4. Thanks

Lost Cellphone
Two cellphones lost one last week and the other 2 weeks ago. A pink Iphone 5C plastic see through with silver flowers and dots, lost outside the whanau room.
Small cellphone bluish/blackish lost last Tuesday please hand in to the student centre or front office thank you.

Mathswell Competition
All Students who have put their names down or others who are interested in the MATHSWELL competition, please come to a meeting in Room 22 at lunchtime on Friday.
Bailey Bisson, 9ATA Janelle Rata-Takimoana 10MJS, Hannah Ladd 9AKN, Fred Leaupepe 10KMT, Zavier Boyd 9KMN, Quintin Graham 10MLG,
Joshua Tutagalevao 9KMN, Tireque Malila 10KMT, Avi Parbhu 9KCC, Radwan Loulou 10MLG, Tiaki Huria 9ATA, Cameron Arps 10TKM

Badminton for Juniors starts on Tuesday next week and Wednesday for Seniors. Be sure to bring your friends and support your whanau. This will be held in the big gym at lunchtimes. See you all there

School Mountain Running
On Sunday 28 June there is a great opportunity to go on a beginners Mountain Run (really its round the Wainui Bike Park).
It is open to everyone, male, female, Jnr & Snr and is the first time they have opened up a College Challenge grade. Should be alot of fun, all finished by lunchtime. I am happy to take a van if parents are not going. Please get your names to Mrs Manuel ASAP. I know who the adventurous ones are and will come looking if you have not signed up.........Embrace life - love challenge.

This years formal is being held on Saturday 22nd August at Te Papa. The cost for a ticket is $85 (this includes amazing music, food, entertainment, photographer - a bargain!). The theme is "Carnival", this doesn't mean that you need to dress up as a lion or a trapeze artist though. If you need some help fund-raising for a ticket then you can see Manee or Phoebe for more info about selling chocolates.